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Graduate students who need academic support can always turn to Jessica Basile, director of Graduate Student Affairs, who can either help directly, or point you to the right resource. Generally speaking, if you are having an academic issue, it is best to first speak with your professor and/or your advisor. If that doesn't help, or is not possible, you can turn to the Program Director or Chair of the department. If that doesn't help or is not possible:
GSAS: Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Alyssa Stalsberg Canelli
IBS: Kate Goldfield
Brandeis-wide services include:
Graduate students who want to learn more about leaves of absence can always turn to Jessica Basile, director of Graduate Student Affairs, who can either help directly, or point you to the right resource.
Graduate students who need support with pedagogy can turn to the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Often, the faculty in your program or the specific faculty member you are teaching with, can be very helpful in your pedagogical learning. If this is not the case, CTL is a great resource. If you are experiencing difficulties with the faculty you are working with, you can talk with your program director, your advisor or Jessica Basile, director of Graduate Student Affairs.
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